Earlier this week, Matt Mullenweg and Matt Biilmann squared off in a “fireside chat” about Jamstack vs. WordPress…which got pretty fiery! The official video isn’t yet released, but I had the transcript and so here’s my writeup.
“Developers, developers, developers!” That classic Steve Ballmer chant is being heard loud & clear again in the tech ecosystem, according to the Developer-Led Landscape thesis of Tyler Jewell from Dell Technologies Capital. I spoke to Tyler for my latest column.
My latest column: JAMstack vs. WordPress: which is the future of web architecture? For insights into that question, I spoke with Stackbit CEO (and Netlify board member) Ohad Eder-Pressman. We also discussed his wager with WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg.
I interviewed Sebastien Goasguen from TriggerMesh about the “pipes” of serverless and multicloud.
Good overview of the prevailing software architecture and application hosting models of the past 50 years, up to the serverless paradigm trending today.
For my latest column, I spoke with James Roper and Jonas Bonér from Lightbend, Inc. about their “Serverless 2.0” open source project Cloudstate.
My latest column on The New Stack is about the fast-growing trend of low-code.
This week I got some great comments on Twitter and LinkedIn about my column, WordPress Co-Founder Matt Mullenweg Is Not a Fan of JAMstack.
“JAMstack is a regression for the vast majority of the people adopting it,” WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg told me for my column this week. He questions the usability and functionality of JAMstack, and says it is a fragile chain of services.
Tyler Jewell, Managing Director at Dell Technologies Capital, has an interesting investment thesis he calls “developer-led investing.” His LinkedIn post in July had some thoughts on the future of DevOps.